UPDATE 1-Gold shares lead S.Africa bourse lower, rand flat
* Main indices fall the most in a week
* Gold stocks under pressure from prices
* Rand sees biggest weekly gain since late March
* Bond yields dip as buyers return (Updates rand, adds stocks closing prices, fresh quotes)
JOHANNESBURG, Sept 11 (Reuters) - South Africa's stocks fell the most in a week as AngloGold Ashanti and Harmony Gold came under pressure from a lower bullion price on Friday, while the rand was flat on the day but on track for its biggest weekly gain since March.
AngloGold, Africa's biggest bullion producer, led the losers, falling 9.4 pct to 96.75 rand, while Harmony saw its share price fall 7.5 percent to 9 rand.
Harmony, which is trading near 22-year lows, said on Friday its secondary listing in New York was in jeopardy because its average closing price over a period of 30 days had fallen below the mininum threshold of $1.
"The rand is strengthening and the gold price is lower today, those two in sync put quite a bit of pressure on gold companies," said Piru Harington, a trader at Global Trader.
Investment firm Brait SE fell the most in almost a year after announcing plans to raise $541 million for acquisitions. Brait, which owns everything from a gym chain to a clothing retailer, said it would raise the money through a convertible bond. Its shares fell 7.85 percent to 130 rand. Continuación...